On October 1st, a Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) Bulletin discussed compensating federal employees injured by the COVID-19 jabs.
The bulletin was unusual since FECA generally doesn’t cover vaccine injuries.
However, an exception was made for the COVID-19 jabs due to Biden’s executive order to mandate the inoculations for federal employees.
The bulletin was essentially an admission from the federal government that they expect to witness adverse events to the COVID-19 jabs.
If the vaccine is completely safe, why is Biden planning to compensate government workers who are injured as a result of his vaccine mandate?
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) October 16, 2021
The U.S. Department of Labor issued a bulletin on Oct. 1 to prepare for compensating federal employees who have been injured by COVID-19 shots https://t.co/TGcwBhnj3j #Government #Opinion #FECA #FederalGovernment #Pfizer
— The Liberty Loft (@thelibertyloft) October 17, 2021
The latest reports indicate those expected COVID-19 jab injury claims are starting to pile up.
A recent announcement to federal employees stated the Department of Labor Federal Employees’ Compensation Program had received “an increased number of claims resulting from apparent adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination.”
(READ) Exclusive: "Increased number" of Covid-19 vaccine injury claims from govt. employees https://t.co/FXdpwysMGz
— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) November 19, 2021
"the government reports it's already getting 'an increased number of claims resulting from apparent adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination.'"https://t.co/9dVSs9nZXG
— Michigan Charts 🙂 (@MichiganCharts) November 19, 2021
Sharyl Attkisson provided the exclusive report:
In the face of the Biden administration’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees and contractors, the government reports it’s already getting “an increased number of claims resulting from apparent adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination.”
Normally, vaccine injuries are not compensated by the government, but the feds announced an exception and said that it will cover Covid-19 vaccine injuries since employees are forced to take them to continue employment.
No word as to who, if anyone, is considered liable for vaccine injuries in private industry when companies require Covid-19 vaccination.
An announcement on November 8 told federal employees that the Department of Labor Federal Employees’ Compensation Program has been receiving the injury claims.
Below is the announcement regarding the COVID-19 jab injury claims:
While federal employees can seek damages for injuries, average citizens must foot the bill for their claims.
Since vaccine manufacturers have total immunity from legal liability, private employees have to navigate a confusing compensation program.
COVID-19 jab injury claims filed through the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) have loads of red tape, and compensation is difficult to acquire.
And it’s still unknown if private employers that mandate the COVID-19 jabs as a condition of employment face legal liability for adverse reactions.
However, the federal government has created a double standard to compensate federal employees and contractors for injury claims.